When Brooklyn Heights was born as "Manhattan's first suburb," Downtown Brooklyn became the commercial center of the borough, allowing Brooklyn Heights to keep a quiet, residential feel. Downtown Brooklyn attracts more and more residents each year, but it remains the commercial heart of the area, with lots more businesses and restaurants than adjacent Brooklyn Heights.
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